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A retrospective review of all patients undergoing interval appendectomy for perforated appendicitis from March 2009 to March 2011 was performed. Demographics and outcomes were compared to previously collected data from a retrospective study prior to institution of the protocol and to the prospective trial.
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Overall H. pylori resistance rate was 72.6% to metronidazole, 9.4% to clarithromycin and furazolidone, 20.8% to amoxicillin and 4.7% to tetracycline and ciprofloxacin. No resistance to co-amoxiclav was detected among H. pylori isolates. No significant differences between antimicrobial resistance and clinical outcome were detected.
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Of 46 T. vaginalis isolates, 8 isolates (17.39%) were infected with TVV-1. There was not any association between patient age and TVV- infected T. vaginalis. There were 17.39% viral infection in T. vaginalis isolates which was lower than that reported by other researchers.
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Of 175 throat swabs processed, anaerobes were isolated from 16 (9.14%) patients. Isolation of anaerobes from healthy controls was 2 out of 25 (8%). Peptostreptococci and Bacteroides species were the commonest isolates followed by Peptococci and Propioni-bacterium. All of these isolates were sensitive to Metronidazole. Clindamycin, Erythromycin and Tetracycline also showed good response.
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Data were extracted by three independent observers based on the intention to treat principle. Extracted data were converted to 2 x 2 tables (response versus no response and medical therapy versus placebo or medical therapy versus medical therapy) and an odds ratio with 95% confidence intervals (CI) were determined as described by Cochrane and Mantel and Haenszel. In addition, the absolute risk reduction, relative risk reduction, and number needed to treat were determined.
A significant increase in H. pylori resistance to clarithromycin and metronidazole has been proven in both children and adults. Clarithromycin with resistance over 20 % and metronidazole with resistance over 40 % are not recommended for treating H. pylori infection. Preferred treatment regimens were designed to reflect the current situation. The classical regimen PPI + AMO + CLA (MET) can be used in cases where the resistance against CLA and MET is lower than stated above. In the opposite case, a combination of PPI + AMO + levofloxacin (or rifabutin, or furazolidone) must be used. In many countries, this regimen is already the first-choice treatment. The 4-combination with bismuth is suitable in case of 3-combination treatment failure, or in patients allergic to penicillin.
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Antimicrobial susceptibility testing prevents prescription of inefficient antimicrobials and enables individualized and promising salvage treatments in patients with prior unsuccessful eradication treatments.
An outbreak of amebiasis caused by Entamoeba histolytica occurred at an institution for mentally retarded persons in Hyogo Prefecture. Twelve out of a total of 49 admitted persons exhibited E. histolytica cysts in their stool, and 13 including persons in whom no cysts had been detected showed positive serological reactions for E. histolytica infection. However, neither the cyst nor the antibody against the organism was detected in the staff members of the institution. Indirect fluorescence antibody test and sandwich enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay with a monoclonal antibody specific for pathogenic strains of E. histolytica revealed that all trophozoite strains grown from cysts in stool samples from five patients were pathogenic. Epidemiological analysis strongly suggested that a patient in the institution had been infected with an organism from a patient outside the institution, and that infection may have spread among the admitted persons due to abnormal behavior. Administration of metronidazole resulted in effective elimination of the cysts from the stool of the cyst-carriers.
An ideal antibiotic regimen for Helicobacter pylori should achieve eradication rates of approximately 90%. Current 7-day triple therapy is successful in about two-thirds of patients. A novel treatment is required to achieve higher eradication with minimal induction of bacterial resistance. The aim of this article is to evaluate the safety and efficacy of a single triple capsule (Pylera) containing bismuth, metronidazole and tetracycline, given with omeprazole for the eradication of H. pylori infection. Extensive literature searches were conducted using PubMed data from 1982 to 2007. This search included headings of H. pylori, bismuth and eradication therapy. The triple capsule Pylera, when given with omeprazole, achieved eradication rates ranging between 84 and 97%. Eradication rates were similar for clarithromycin- and metronidazole-resistant strains. Eradication rates with an omeprazole, bismuth, metronidazole and tetracycline regimen appeared comparable for metronidazole-resistant and -sensitive strains. This effect is not seen with the use of triple therapy in cases of clarithromycin resistance. Clinical trials did not report any serious side effects from bismuth-based regimens and compliance was similar to standard triple therapy. Bismuth-based triple therapy using Pylera is a simplified, effective and well-tolerated regimen achieving cure rates of above 90%.
Effects of adjunctive therapy to SRP were minimal at 3 months. Between 3 and 6 months PPD reduction occurred particularly in patients receiving periodontal surgery. After 6 months, both CAL gain and PPD reduction reached a plateau that was maintained at 24 months in all groups. The 24-month CAL gain was improved by SMA (0.50 mm) while PPD was reduced by SMA (0.51 mm) and SURG (0.36 mm). Smoking reduced CAL gain and PPD reduction.
To evaluate the primary, secondary and combined resistance to five antimicrobial agents of 2340 Helicobacter pylori isolates from 19 centers in 10 countries in eastern Europe.